Jig-saw jig-seen Jig been there Jig will try it… Jig been… Jig self upwards Repair Hands together Going nowhere Jig on, Jig out Jig yourself out of a hole Jig-me a melody Jig inside to a tune Jig on anywhere, anyplace love has been Jig to the future, jig to the past Jig going forward It’sContinue reading “Jig Poem”
Serpentine, Tufts of hair clinging to your landscape Whose are you? God’s or mine. Animal psychology 1,2,3,4 questions Is there more? than what lies at the core. Of Cats, rats and sinking ships. Inspired silences envelop and conflate the elegy lead by watchful eyes. Under a moonlit sky, pale figures glide content to graze upon nature’sContinue reading “Inferior Counting”
More digital doodling in Inkscape 0.91. Still not got the hang of it Hence the white gaps. I wasn’t sure about the meaning of this one except the title sounded right! Andrew Watkins 2016©
In the cupboard under the stairs or, On the roof looking at the stars. Is it the same or just some mad mad game? When you get that feeling inside, when the doors open wide and you invite me in to partake in what is great. Let me be your lover, your book that you openContinue reading “Where Are You?”
Alone but connected Silent and rejected Clicks exchanged What’s your name?
Why is it that I feel guilty for listening to music aloud in my room when I could put on headphones and simply drown out the voices in my head? It wouldn’t be the same and luxury seems somehow attached to pricking that blames balloon. Why shouldn’t I listen to music in my room?Continue reading “Being”
Change the way you think for me. If you fall in love, You might find hope and You might find peace of mind. Or you might find pain and humiliation in equal measure. Unfortunately, this poem has no answers.
One day while walking home in the rain I stubbed my toe on a brick that was sticking out of the wall. I don’t know what made me do it, but I retraced my steps and did the whole thing again. Bang! bang! Bang! and it was the same every time. I liked the pain.Continue reading “One day while walking home in the rain”